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31 minutes ago, lifetime fan said:


Rush had far more to his game than Fowler ever did. 

And Fowler could score goals Rush never could. He also didn't play with Kenny and the great teams of the 80s. 

 

Rush was fucking brilliant I just don't agree with you only van Basten and Ronaldo where better 

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40 minutes ago, dave u said:

Rush could do anything Lineker could. Lineker didn't do half the things Rushy did.

 

No comparison for me. 

I think so. 

Can you check your mail to see if all is OK ta. 

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On 20/03/2018 at 19:34, skaro said:

Rush and Barnes.

 

In the top 10 of LFC's all-time.

 

Maybe even top 5.

 

Hard to separate them.

 

I'd give it to Barnes, by a very very emasculated bee's dick... based purely on my personal preference and the swooning memory of my actually being at the ground, on the Kop, right behind the woodwork the ball came down off, for this goal (around 21:35)....

 

 

 

 

 

If I had to show my children one clip of John Barnes, it would be in the 1990 season vs Spurs where he leaps 7 foot in the air to control the ball on his chest and then hits a volley before the ball hits the ground, which Thorsdvedt makes a great save.

Unbelievable physical and technical feat.

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On 11/05/2020 at 20:29, dave u said:

Rush could do anything Lineker could. Lineker didn't do half the things Rushy did.

 

No comparison for me. 

Plus, Gary Lineker didn’t play for Melchester Rovers.

 

 

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16 hours ago, Colonel Bumcunt said:

 

 

If I had to show my children one clip of John Barnes, it would be in the 1990 season vs Spurs where he leaps 7 foot in the air to control the ball on his chest and then hits a volley before the ball hits the ground, which Thorsdvedt makes a great save.

Unbelievable physical and technical feat.

 

I'd just arrived in London then, and was still waiting for my Season Ticket to arrive in the post. 

I was living above a pub, and the pub was shut of a Sunday afternoon - the landlord/publican was in a shit mood and wouldn't let us go downstairs to watch the game on the pub telly, so I never saw that incident.  

Read a description about it in the Mirror the next day ("salmon-like") and have regretted not seeing it ever since.

 

So thanks for the clip!

 

 

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16 minutes ago, easytoslip said:

Rice. Very nice. 

The adverts have gone shite, though. Used to be Nicole Scherzinger, now it’s some low-rent lookalike. 

 

Scherzinger

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Tony Moanero said:

The adverts have gone shite, though. Used to be Nicole Scherzinger, now it’s some low-rent lookalike. 

 

Scherzinger

 

 

 

For some reason videos don't play on anyone's posts. 

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Jesus, imagine them together

 

Rush, who is comfortably the Reds' all-time leading goalscorer having netted 346 times for the Reds, posted two pictures on the social media site of himself and Maradona together wishing a "happy 60th birthday to one of the greatest!"

 

 

Underneath his post, the former striker posted quotes he had given in a previous interview about Maradona.

They read: "Diego Maradona was the best player I played against. Juventus beat Napoli at home, and I scored, but then we went to Napoli, and they beat us 3-1 and I thought he was an absolute genius.

 

"He was so good he didn't even need to look at the ball, he was just looking at these tackles flying in and riding them, manipulating the ball away from danger, it was a joy to watch.

"Napoli wanted to sign me to play with him after the 1983-4 season, but Liverpool were having none of it.”

More than 30,000 people have liked the post at the time of writing and Maradona himself replied to Rush too.

 

The Argentinian genius, who lit up the pitch with a ball at his feet, wrote: "I would have loved to play by your side.

"We would have made an unstoppable tandem. Thank you very very much Ian.

"All my respect and admiration for you my friend!!! Btw I love these pictures."

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